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Connecticut plane crash appears deliberate, US officials say

The U.S. National Transportation Safety Board said on Wednesday it believes a small plane that crashed in East Hartford, Connecticut on Tuesday was intentional, and that the FBI would lead the investigation. The twin-engine plane slammed into a utility pole and burst into flames on Tuesday near the...
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